Google calendar desktop app. Year on a page calendar 2011.

Google Calendar Desktop App

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Google Apps Hacks
Google Apps Hacks
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This has 7 FREE desktop apps running: 1. Rainmeter 2. CD Art Display 3. Rainlendar 2 4. Obectdock 5. Fences 6. Yod'm 3D 7. Not really a desktop app, but an awesome add-on for iTunes called iConcertCal. Major additions to what I have had in the past include the inclusion of Fences, I tried it a while ago and thought it was a waste of time, having the ability of hiding icons when it's just as easy to streamline everything with objectdock, I didn't understand it's use at all. But I realized there were somethings that I would navigate through a few times to get to that were easier to have on the desktop and hidden with Fences. I utilize Fences to hide my TV shows, icons for CNN, Hulu, Justin TV, and South Park and hide them all with Fences. It works out well. One of my favorite new things is iConcertCal, a plugin for iTunes that gives you concert info for bands that are in your library and in your area, it's awesome. I procrastinate when it comes to getting out and watching shows, but the reminders that bands are playing in my area are great. PLUS (I am a Rainlendar fan and can not figure out why people want to use the Rainmeter calendar with such limited capabilities) you can export the calendar to other calendars, so it integrates with Rainlendar quite nicely. And Rainlendar and Dropbox are great together. I have Dropbox sync my calendars from home and work, so i can place work schedules, sports, concerts, TV, it's awesome. Lifehacker posted this as a tip a while back and it works so incredibly well, it's completely automatic so long as you have things run at start up. Yod'm 3D- Honestly this is more for flash than anything, it has no real functional value for me. Since I use two monitors most of the time, I don't need virtual monitors as it seems like a lunky waste of time switching between screens as it does.
September- 2011 Macbook "13 OSX Lion custom desktop - screenshot
September- 2011 Macbook "13 OSX Lion custom desktop - screenshot
So i got my mac this May (1st x user yes! No going back now ^-^), and since then I've wanted to make it all my own. I really like my desktop right now ^-^, i made my dock visible for the screenshot, but i always have it on "automatically hide & show dock". visible space is a commodity w/ my white macbook 13." Oh & it was like $600 on Amazon. Customizations thus far: Geektool - black bar, calendar, quotes, Honeysuckle Ribbon (Deviantart), weather, and little Domo, and coat of arms from the vicar of Christ - Benedict XVI (Yes I'm Catholic & a proud one at that) Bowtie - REXN theme for my music album Snow drives - from Deviantart - White flash drive - Deviantart custom icon: -mail - Deviantart -safari- photobooth- Adium - Eve theme Address Book - Starbucks -deviantart ical App store- ,,,more later iTunes - more info later TextEdit - System Preference - ... Custom folders - Bins i made Google browser - umm i'll update that later oh & Adium - pink background & Eve icon chat preference to iChat, though i Skype more then not. um i think that's it

google calendar desktop app